One of the enduring legends about Woodstock was that several babies were born at the 1969 rock festival. While zillions of people were conceived at Woodstock (although, oddly, none during Sha Na Na’s performance), a researcher says he can find no proof that anyone actually gave birth there.
We think his chances of finding a Woodstock baby would improve if he simply searched for folks born in August 1969 who were named “Young Life.”
Three reasons to visit: Brussels is more than just the birthplace of Jean-Claude Van Damme — the Belgian capital is also Europe’s best-kept travel secret, Rick Steves says.
It’s hard for The Buzz to believe that a place renowned for its beer, French fries (frites! frites!) and waffles could be overlooked, but there you go.
This is an attempt to collect a debt: Bank of America reported $2.42 billion in profits during the second quarter.
After learning about the windfall, the bank immediately changed its phone number in a bid to avoid collection calls during dinner time from Uncle Sam, which loaned it $45 billion.